Nice job Max. It was very accurate for my profile.

Abraham
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On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 08:19, Max Niederhofer <m...@niecap.com> wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
> I wanted to introduce myself. I'm Max, founder of Qwerly (http://
> qwerly.com/). Qwerly lets you find a person's other social network
> profiles using their Twitter username as a query. So @maxniederhofer
> resolves to my Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Plancast and so on (see
> here: http://qwerly.com/max).
>
> We've just launched our API (http://dev.qwerly.com/, documentation:
> http://dev.qwerly.com/docs) and I thought it might be useful for some
> of you to complement your user profiles or user data analysis.
>
> A few notes: no, we're not based on Rapleaf. This is something we've
> developed ourselves. We're very conscious that we only want to use
> public identifiers (e.g. not email) and only display data that is
> public on the web. We do not want to mix user ID data with cookie
> data, so we disallow passing on our data to data brokers/exchanges
> (Bluekai, eXelate) or ad networks. Our API is free for non-commercial
> use (pre-funding startups, not-for-profit web apps, commercial
> trials).
>
> I'd love for some of you to check it out & comment. Happy to answer
> any questions.
>
> Max Niederhofer
>
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